Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1937 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 21, 1937
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, 1937. PPV HOIIDHV TRIPS •^ nt Lower Cost - by ."" SUPER-COACH Corwith Pair^Wed 56 Years «nd comfort of smooth- riding Super-Coaches on every trio dnrim, tt« holiday,. You'll save doKaK^ tattle wotrles and driving strain. Frequent •ohedules, convenient downtown depots. nus D.UPOT Algona Hotel, I'lionn 2B8, ER5TRTE TRRHSIT UHE5 70ENUINE '" W PROCESSED COAL O-Sffi {&£ can always rercognize coal that has been ocessed with Chemacol, the little helper. It's bntified with round tags. Look for them. PEERLESS jthe utmost in heat per fuel dollar. Holds fire for hours Isponds instantly to drafts when you want heat in a hurry. Chemacol Processed. ry a load of Botsf ord's Peerless today IOTSFORD LUMBER CO. PA! TEN OUT OF 13 CHILDREN LIVE, TAT Carwith, Dec. 20-Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Higgle observed their 5Glh wedding anniversary Sunday December 12, at their home in Corwith, They were married at Viu- t')» in mi, find on Now Year's (lay, ms, they cairns to Corwith. A few- years Inter they moved to tlH! Wodori-Crysldl Lake, territory mt tluty returned to Corwith in '•Hi). Jhey are parents of 13 children, ten living. There arc 18 Krandchlidrcn and nine great- grandchildren. Mra. Higgle will be 71. January X. and Mr. Higgle was 82 August -•!. He has operated a threshing machine, a corn .sheller, a corn shredder, and other machines besides farmiiiK 70 acres southeast <H l.nwn nearly every year. Last summer ho did much of tho harvesting himself. The Higgles received many gifts and cjird« on their anniversary, filso a beautifully decorated wedding cake from tho Legion Auxiliary. Seven oC Mr. and Mra. Rigglo's children live here: George, Russell, Charley, John, Andrew, Mrs. Hobert Sutcliff, and Mrs. Glen lunlap. reported a recent meeting of the Northwest lo'wa Conference mis- Kiimary mooting at Alia, which she attended. H. C Glawo and Mr. and Mrs. Nmer Glawo drove to Durant and froenprt, 111., one day last week to visit relatives. They also visited the Chicago stock show. On tho drive from Waterloo to Freeport the roads were covered with ice id snow, but on the return trip ie roads were in much better ondltlon. Fourteen boy scouts attended eekly meeting one evening last the schoorhouse. 256 JIM POOL LONG DISTANCE CALLS CHRISTMAS • Any time from 7 p. m. Christmas Eve through Christmas Day' and Sunday until 4:30 a. m. Monday, December 27, the same lower rates that apply every night and all day Sunday will be in effect on long distance telephone calls to anywhere in the United States and Canada for distances of about 50 miles or more. These rates save you up to 40 percent of the usual daytime rate. THERE'LL BE LOWER RATES NEW YEAR'S DAY, too! NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY I 1 '. If. Women Study Fabrics— Magor and Amsterdam townships, south and cast of Corwith, held (i joint homo project meeting one day last week at Mrs. Loyd Raber's, and homo furnishing fabrics wore studied. Samples were shown and inspected for weave and fiber, and many interesting stories were told, for example on liow silk was introduced into England by a monk who secreted cocoons in a hollow cave. Samples were, mounted for follow-up meetings, and literature was given out by Mrs. Florence Zollingcr, H. D. A., of Garner. . A potluck lunch was served at noon. The next meeting will bo at Mrs. Fairfield Dean's January 25, when coverlets, quilts, and linens, old and new, will be shown and discussed. games between Maple Dolllver. Hill and Curtis Halvorson, Blue Earth, v>urus Jtifcuvuiaoiij .DIUC ujmmi ** *" ~~ *•-— -« spent the week-end of December son's. He Is an A. & P. si I . • ____^^^_^ 11-13 at the parental .. Bill Robinson, Robert itehell, Raymond Riggle, and onald Stevens passed scout tests, •isketball was played after the eoting was adjourned. New officers of the Masonic 'd,go are tho Rev. Karl Hiller, orshipful master, succeeding eorge Gaskill; Eric Erickson, onior worden; Jean E. Foley, jun- r warden; S. L. Thompson, treas- ror; Lewis Larson, secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Roland L. Haus- irth spent several days last week ith the former's sister, Mrs. Os- Thc time and ar Nystrom, Sioux City, •uiglitcr Shirley spent the itli her grandparents, Mr. rs. (',. 0. Johnson. The Fairview Circle of the Meth- dist Aid met Wednesday at Mrs. /ilbur Smith's. This was an allay meeting, and a potluck dinner as served at noon. Santa Glaus visited Corwith a •eek ago Saturday, and many chil- ren were in town to see him. andy and small gifts were given ) the children. Vera Nafier, rural teacher, pre- cntod her pupils in a Christmas rogram at the schoolhouse, south f Corwith, this week Monday vening. Mr. and Mrs.'Emil Wester, Wes- ey, and the David Johnsons, were inner guests at Emil Sorenson's ast week Sunday. • The Peters Jacobs homo is quar- ntined because of scarlet fever. Tho daughter June has the dis- ase. The Rev. Albert Rust returned ne day last week from several ays at a Baptist Mission at Sioux falls. Ila Mae Streeter, Kanawha, was a guest of Alma Carlson Thursday nd Friday. ARMSTRONG FIRSTS BEAT SENECA GIRLS Armstrong, Dec. 20—The Armstrong girls' first and second basketball teams divided honors with Seneca last week Tuesday night. The local firsts trounced the Sen- ecans 65-32, but the seconds here lost, 38-31. Armstrong was handicapped by Seneca's small gym. The score j was a tie, 8-8, as the first quarter closed, by the second quarter the local girls had become somewhat used to the small floor, and so pulled away to a 29-18 lead, and in the third quarter the forwards scored 23 points to only four for Seneca. Mixell, Armstrong, collected 28 points, Miller following close with 27. Gangsted earned ten. Olson was best for Seneca, with 14 points. Jensen made ten, and Crowley had eight. The Seneca line-up was Harriett Olson, Florence Jensen, Loretta . Crowley, Barbara Lentsch, Kathleen Kennedy, and Margaret Wolfe; the Armstrong line-up: capt. Evelyn Caboth, Marie Irmiter, Shirley Peterson, Donna Miller, Lavon Mixell, Mavis Gangsted. The Armstrong seconds also found the Seneca floor smaller than their own, and, being inexperienced, were defeated, though ;he game was close throughout. Other Armstrong News Mrs. Arthur Schutz, of Garner, her son, Jackie Lee, and Florence Laffey, of Britt, spent last week Sunday at' the parental John Laffey's. Bernard Lorig, Truman Minn., was also there, and his wife and daughter Marlene, who had spent a few days with Mrs. Lorig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Laffey, went home with him. The high school seniors have received their class rings, which are of plain gold with pearl inset or black onyx, according to preference. S. H. Adams, boys' athletic coach, is class sponsor. 'Babe" Robinson Hill last week Mr. and Mrs. were at Maple Tuesday night, and Mr. Robinson refereed boys' and girls' basketball I. G. DEWEL At the Advance Publishing Co. Office. 'SELF MIXING Hand In fiive Concert — Tho high school band will give a concert at the schoolhouse sometime this week, J. Worth Miller band director, in charge. There \\-ill ho no admission charge, and I tho public is invited. Tho program follows: America; remarks anc explanations, Mr. Miller; chorals TJach, Mendelssohn, Schuman; In the Cathedral. Webber; March Slav, Tschaikowsky; Skaters Waltz, Waldtenfcl; Sizilietta, b Von Bank; Eastern Dance, Suite Prelude, Chopin; intermission True Blue, Desert Patrol, Sout Dakota State College March, Pros tissimo, all by Karl King; Stai Spangled Banner. Royal Xoighbors Xinne Officers— The Royal Neighbors met last Thursday 'with Mrs. Vernon Studer uid Mrs'. Lewis Galloway as hostesses. Officers were elected: oriel o,' Mrs. Lester Bonnstettor; vice' Mrs. Ray Bonnstctter; chancellor Mrs. Charles Erickson; recorder,' Mrs. J. W. Duckett; receiver Mrs Ernest Gee; marshal, Mrs. C 'E Gall way; inner sentinel, Mrs. Glen' Francis; outer sentinel, Mrs. Vernon Studer; musician, Mrs. William Wood; manager, Mrs. Charles Martin. _ Town 1$. 1$. Team Organized- Graduates of the Corwith high school have organized an independent basketball team, Lamon D. Sanders, local barber, manager. Players are Terry and Carl Long, Edw. and George Evans, Bob Barracks Kenneth Beckman, Eli Brown, Guy Swensori, Ralph Hunsley, Jack Robinson. Most of them made outstanding records in high. school. Attractive new suits have been purchased— bright .red jerseys and navy-blue satin trunks. 1!. 15. Teams Defeat Wesley— The high school basketball teams played Wesley there, last week Tuesday evening and came home with two victories, the girls by a score of 38-23, the boys' score in a see-saw 23-1!). CorwiWi scoring was divided a'bout equally between Nail, Woodbury, Severns, and Scheffleman, while Loebig, ol Wesley, was oustanding for his team, making ten of 19 points. Club (Jives Family Party— The D. Y. T. club had an annual Christmas family party at the Legion hall Friday. Mrs. Lafe Oxley presided for a short program, 'lorry Long sang two solos, and Christmas carols were sung by all. V grab-bag gift exchange fur- ished entertainment. A barrel vas packed for the children s lome at Council Bluffs. Sixty-five ttended the party. Vomnu's Club Program Given— The Woman's club met at Mrs. < H. Martin's last week Tuesday, nd joined in Christmas carols, led jy Mrs J. W. Miller, accompanied w Mrs William Wood at the ilano. Mrs. Margaret Furgeson 'ave a review of the book, Mother, a novel of Jewish life written by a Jew. The next meeting will be at Mrs. J. M.Gehrs Janua.-y 11. eck Chevro/ets \ ow Sredfirices ^ Check the smoHcash th e / Ow RESULT? O .'•'." Then you'll know Chevrolet is the outstanding value for 1938 /CHEVROLET "The We Of The Party" to m79 at a moment's notice. Yes refrigerator, and is in your dealer. Drink Pepsi-Cola everywhere. QUAI4TY Fort Dodge Bottling Works I - > • - v, Remember, too, fhaf Chevrolet is ffc ' ' t /'l.Vlif only car that gives you a// these mcpi features at such /ow delivered *J£$jj 85-H.R/VALVE.IN.HEAP-Eiiilli 1 --m _ Shower for Mrs. Hob A post-nuptial shower for Mrs. Bob Smith, formerly Louise May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John May, Kanawha, was held 1 burs- day at Mrs. Donald Dean's, Mrs. Fairfield Dean and Mrs. Robert May assisting. After games Mrs. Smith opened gifts^ Son for Corwith Couple- Mr and Mrs. Ralph. Johnson are parents of a boy, born Wednesday the first child. Mrs. Johnson was formerly Garnet Adams. Other Corwith News. The Metnodist W. P. M. S. met at Mrs. Olite S&nCord's Friday, Mrs Mattie Beers assisting and f lesson on Educating Children -fpr World Peace was ted by jars. S L. Thompson. Mrs. Karl Hiller >;:!~> ! -X,^i' PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BR^|p - V'K.V^jpf ?:'." GENUINE KNEE^ACTI^Nt '-• - ' ' .*'.%?. ALL-SILENT, ALL-STEEL BODIjfS '",-.§-•" », USHER NO DRAFT VENTILAtlON TIPTOE-MATIC CLUTCH •On Matltr P* Lux. model* (?nly, CHEYRQIET MOTOR DIVISION, GnHryl AMort Saht Cwpgrgt/oiv PETK01T, MICHIgAH KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. CLABENCE MOBEALL, Alg6»a. Fred Flaig, Loae Hock Flstier Oarage, Titouka STAKP

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